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Bullying in New Zealand Schools Highest in OECD

Posted by te2ataria on July 3, 2008

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“It appears that we do have high levels of physical and emotional bullying in New Zealand schools in comparison to other countries. This is historical. We’ve had this for quite some time in our schools.”Children’s Commissioner, Cindy Kiro.

“The effects of bullying are massive. We’ve had cases at the most extreme where young victims have actually taken their own lives.” She said.

“I’m going to try to get a sense of how widespread it is. The whole point is about how we build a culture of non-violence towards children. That includes at home, in schools and other community settings.”

Isn’t the pathetic whitewash of the cognitive dissonance glaringly obvious?

Bullying is an indispensable part of New Zealand’s national psyche. Violence is the bedrock of their existence. The culture of bullying and violence is New Zealand’s life insurance policy.

Other than by bullying and violence, what other mechanisms does New Zealand Children’s Commissioner suggest to prolonging their illegitimate and illegal occupation of Maori land?

How could New Zealanders bring up their kids to be upright, moral, courageous, exemplary, even, heaven forbid, normal citizens, while they live off stolen property and immoral earnings?

8 Responses to “Bullying in New Zealand Schools Highest in OECD”

  1. Thomas said

    What do you think it would take to put right the situation you describe. Land has generally changed hands so many times it would be impossible to sort it all out fairly. I say New Zealand needs to wipe the slate clean and start afresh.

  2. te2ataria said

    Land has generally changed hands so many times it would be impossible to sort it all out fairly.

    Fair for whom? Stolen property belongs to the original owners, regardless of how many times it might have changed hands.

    I say New Zealand needs to wipe the slate clean and start afresh.

    Not sure exactly what you mean.

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  4. te2ataria said

    Thank you for the message. If you generally agree with what we say about New Zealand, please feel free to add the site to your links.

  5. beads said

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/nz-newspapers/west-coast-6013/news-6662/3323357/Teenager-helped-boy-kill-himself

    (mum)Close said her son moved out of her home days after his 16th birthday in March last year.
    Although her son had turned 16, he should not have been able to choose where he lived, she said. She said her son had been unable to write because of a medical condition and had learning difficulties. He was “a good and kind soul” who was often bullied at school. “Even when he was experiencing daily physical attacks he would still go to school with a smile on his face.”

    Tell me, does that “suicide helper” look like an angel of mercy?

  6. fuckbook said

    [With a name like that, your brain is probably booked. Moderator ]

  7. freddie said

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    Many thanks

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